The position is based in Karlsruhe with a duration of initially 2 years starting as soon as possible. The salary is based on qualifications and experience according to TV-L (100%).
The European Institute for Energy Research was founded by EDF and the KIT in 2002 aiming at enhancing collaboration through joint projects applied to industrial issues. With its applied research orientation EIFER is bridging the gap between science and industry for more than 20 years. In the context of the European energy transition, EIFER provides research-based innovative energy solutions for the sustainable growth of cities, local communities and utilities.
You will be part of a BMBF project team aiming at demonstrating an aquifer thermal energy storage (heat and cold) in Germany. The scientific monitoring of the exploration, the feasibility study as well as the construction and operation of an ATES demonstration plant in Berlin will provide insights that will pave the way for a broader use of ATES in urban context in Germany. Besides leading the joint project EIFER is focusing on thermo-physical subsurface monitoring both before implementation (exploration and preliminary investigations) and during the operation of the ATES. In the project, EIFER is working in close cooperation with different partners especially the Applied Geoscience of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology.
Would you also like to advance applied energy research?
We look forward to receiving your electronic application with one single pdf of max. 5MB (including a motivation letter, CV and copies of certificates or testimonials) until 31 October 2022 by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
To learn more about EIFER, please visit our website at: http://www.eifer.org.
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